Former High School Rob Fulford Calls Andrew Wiggins “First Team All-American Call of Duty”
Small forward Andrew Wiggins is good at a lot of things, and you might think he is best at basketball. His high school coach though thinks his former forward might just be better at Call of Duty and even called Wiggins “First-Team All-American Call of Duty”. I noticed that below by Alex Kennedy whose pieces are always worth checking out.
Rob Fulford, who coached Andrew Wiggins in high school, joked that Wiggins is "first-team All-American Call of Duty." http://t.co/pQZpGKVrP1
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) October 14, 2013
So if you see a Wiggins on call of duty just hit him up and you might just be playing one of the best young basketball players in the country. Have also heard that he is excellent at the 2K series and he told me last spring he was the best virtual player on his high school team.
Wiggins certainly had a successful season, which netted him a Gatorade high school athlete of the year award. The legacy of the winners of that award is quite impressive, and Wiggins has been picked by many outlets as a preseason first team All American which does not surprise me at all.
The whole basketball world is certainly looking forward to Wiggins’ debut this year, and for the whole year we should be able to at least illegally stream those games right? I mean this is America for Mufassah’s sake, right?
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